Who knew you could make a desk that connects to the internet of things? The Gaze Desk takes the humble desk and gives it a major upgrade. Billed at the “Smartest Standing Desk Ever”, the Gaze Desk turns a piece of furniture into a digital device.
The line will be similar to those we are seeing from Tesla and Google, but with a few differences. For one, this is Ford, a mass productive brand that has been at the head of American auto manufacturing from near the beginning of the technology.
Have you ever wished you could record yourself cave diving with your smartphone? Now you can, with the more rugged, durable Kyocera DuraForce Pro. Not only is it able to withstand some pretty tough conditions, but it is equipped with a wide-angle action camera that shoots in high definition.
Walmart has officially confirmed the rumor that they finalized a deal to buy Jet.com, an acquisition that reportedly went down over the weekend. In the deal, Walmart will pay out $3 billion in cash, and $300 million in Walmart stock as an executive incentive plan over time.
Bad news! HTTPS, which has been touted as being more secure than the older HTTP, has now become a less so. An attack that steals sensitive information, such as social security numbers and email addresses, has been announced.
This is not the first time a leak has been discovered in HTTP coding. In fact, it isn’t the first time this particular exploit, HEIST, has been seen. But it has been once more proven as a threat by researchers who have warned major tech companies of the ability to continue exploiting it.
Greater Security To Body and Software
The biggest news has so far been the security improvements. Not only when it comes to privacy concerns – which make up so many of the advances in modern smartphones following criminal hacks and NSA panicking -, but also for the physical device itself.
Blackberry has spent the last several years struggling for global relevance in the shadow of sleeker, more trendy brands. But now they have gone back to what they know best, focusing on security features instead being the funnest toy on the market. Meet the Blackberry DTEK50.
Greater Privacy and Security, In A Smaller Package
The primary reason to get a Blackberry has always been their dedication to security and privacy. The DTEK50 is a testament to that continued effort. It provides state of the art anti-hacking protections, as well as offers complete control about how your content is viewed, shared, and stored.